Breast Cancer Awareness Month, celebrated this October, invites public dialogue about screening, risk factors and the value of early detection. But it may also present
October marks the beginning of both the RSV viral season and RSV awareness month. The National Coalition for Infant Health is taking the opportunity to
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Preliminary data from the Institute for Patient Access suggest what opponents of non-medical switching have long suspected: having medications switched for financial reasons could be
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What if discussing clinical trials opportunities were a standard part of patient care? This question spurred discussion among members of a diverse panel at a